For years, we've searched for instruments to truly astound us and, until now, nothing has compared to this banjo-playing chango and its accompanying trio of musicians. What's more, it marks a shift of perspective; women are now producing particularly exquisite artworks in almost all of the villages. Superb artists are setting aside exclusive pieces, providing them with unprecedentedly lavish attention.

• Carved by Hand with Simple Tools
• Thoroughly Sanded to a Porcelain Finish
• Painstakingly Painted by Hand
• Confidently Signed by the Artist
• Veritable Oaxacan Carving made from prized Copal Wood
• All in One Carving with Removable mandolin
• Origin of This Carving is the village of San Martin Tilcajete
• Museum Grade One of a Kind Mexican Folk Art

Dimensions Approx. 8" L x 6" tall (large)

Since 1998 Port Wahakaa has been shipping Oaxacan Woodcarvings worldwide.  See our recent reviews.